Her first tattoo, a bunny, was one she had thought about getting for a long time and seemed “inevitable.”
“It’s been a weird coincidence,” Sunrise said, explaining that she has encountered “bunnies” repeatedly throughout her life.
Her mother’s name means “rabbit” in the Comanche language. She also had a professor whose DJ stage name included “Bunny.” Sunrise also loves bunnies and named her flat stitch and beading business “Bunnitrove” to honor her regular interactions with rabbits as well as continue her cultural beading practices.
Her second tattoo, a musical caesura symbol, one that denotes a pause in a musical performance that usually brings the audience to a state of dramatic anticipation, is a nod to her time spent playing the piano, singing and performing.